Any material structure or edifice built on something else; that which is raised on a foundation or basis
all that part of a building above the basement. Also used figuratively.
Cabins and rooms above the deck of a ship.
The part of a building or structure above the ground or foundation.
Bridge etc which rises above the ship's main structure.
that part of a bridge above the bridge seats, above the spring line of the arches or above the bottom of the caps. That part of a building or other structure which is carried upon any main supporting level, as a foundation wall.
anything based on, or rising from, some foundation or basis; an entity, concept or complex based on a more fundamental one
The fixed structure of the ship above the hull.
the structural part of a boat above the main deck.
structure consisting of the part of a ship above the main deck
a set of socio-psychological feedback loops that mantain a coherent and residulant structure in a given society
Topmost decks overhanging the hull.
The entire portion of a bridge structure which primarily receives and supports traffic loads and in turn transfers these loads to the bridge substructure.
The part of the bridge above the substructure.
In a bridge, that part of the structure which is supported by the piers and abutments.
any permanent structures above upper deck such as bridge,cabins,store rooms, etc.
The structural part of the ship above the main deck.
the part of a bridge found above or supported by the caps or sills, including the deck, girders, stringers, and curbs.
All the buildings and structures, such as hotels, restaurants, shops, and convention centres, that are built at a tourist destination.
Provides structural support and covering for the roof and walls of the generating equipment and it supports the electric overhead travelling crane
The parts of a building or bridge above the foundation. p. 75
The girders and deck.
All the parts of a building above the foundation.
The portion of a bridge structure which carries the traffic load and passes that load to the substructure.
The entire structure except the Substructure.
Structural components and all constituent elements of a bridge above the supports
The structural part of a vessel above the main deck.
Structures above the main deck.
The parts of a suspension bridge that are above water or land; the towers, main cables, suspender cables, and related parts.
A structure constructed on or over another structure. For example, a removable denture that fits snugly onto the protruding implant abutments.
The prosthesis that is supported by the substructure with or without an intervening mesostructure.
the part of a building or structure above the foundations
that part of the ship above the main deck
The supporting elements of a building above the foundation.
A decked-over structure above the upper deck, the outboard sides of which are formed by the shell plating as distinguished from a deckhouse that does not extend outboard to the ship's sides. (See shelter deck, also poop, bridge and forecastle.)
A superstructure is an extension of an existing structure or baseline. This term is applied to both physical structures (e.g buildings and ships) or to conceptual structures (social science). The word itself is a combination of super (Latin for above, in addition) and structure (also from Latin meaning to build, to heap up).